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Imagination

Imagination

Imagination. Unit 3 Theme. Through Grandpa’s Eyes By: Patricia Maclachlan Genre: Realistic Fiction. Word Knowledge. nowhere doorknobs stairway waterfall blackbird cattail outside riverbank know no I eye sun son

By jaden
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Reading. Jeopardy. Base Words. Rules. Always answer in the form of a question Team names & buzzer sounds ready Points to be taken away for wrong answers? (Decide as a class…change this slide accordingly for future.). Prefixes. Suffixes. Category 3. Category 4. Category 5. 100. 100.

By jolene
(154 views)

Dive into spelling rules

Dive into spelling rules

Dive into spelling rules. Rule 4. Vowels a, e, i, o, u, usually say “a”, “e”, “o”, “u” at the end of a syllable. Example: m e , g o , m u sic, a way, b e long. Rule 17. We often double the l, f, s following a single vowel at the end of a one syllable word.

By zahi
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Base Words and –ed and ing Endings

Base Words and –ed and ing Endings

Base Words and –ed and ing Endings . Base Words and –ed and ing Endings. You should look for familiar base words when you see a word ending with –ed or ing. Base Words and –ed and ing Endings. popped What is the base word? pop pop + ed. Base Words and –ed and ing Endings. popping

By ulf
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Base Words and Endings -er and -est

Base Words and Endings -er and -est

Base Words and Endings -er and -est. Base Words and Endings -er and -est. A base word may have an -er or -est ending. Remember that -er or -est has a vowel sound and adds a syllable to the base word. . Base Words and Endings -er and -est. fast faster fastest What is the base word?

By sivan
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Suffixes –ly, -ful

Suffixes –ly, -ful

Suffixes –ly, -ful. Suffixes –ly, -ful. Some words are made u pof a base word and a special ending called a suffix. sad sadly What is the suffix? ly. Suffixes –ly, -ful. hope hopeful What is the suffix? ful. Suffixes –ly, -ful. sad ly What is the base word? sad

By jeb
(1784 views)

SUFFIXES

SUFFIXES

SUFFIXES. THIRD GRADE MARY TIM COOK. SUFFIXES. DIRECTIONS : Read the sentence. Click on an underlined word that has a suffix added to the base word . . The boy was careful with the knife. boy careful knife. UNLUCKY ! Please try again. Click on the button to try again.

By pearly
(234 views)

Medicine: Past and Present Word Knowledge

Medicine: Past and Present Word Knowledge

Medicine: Past and Present Word Knowledge. Mrs. Sawyer 4th grade Holder School. Word Knowledge. Line 1: infect infection infectious disinfected All the word have the base word: INFECT Meaning: to affect or contaminate with disease or gems. Word Knowledge. Line 2:

By dayton
(258 views)

W.A.C. unknown words!

W.A.C. unknown words!

W.A.C. unknown words!. W = Word Structure A = Apposition C = Context Clues. Word Structure. The meaning of a word can be figured out by using the prefix, base word or suffix. Example: The shot from the doctor was painless . Apposition.

By thais
(423 views)

SUFFIXES

SUFFIXES

SUFFIXES. SUFFIXES. DIRECTIONS : Read the sentence. Click on an underlined word that has a suffix added to the base word . . The boy was careful with the knife. boy careful knife. UNLUCKY ! Please try again. Click on the button to try again. Correct ! You’re doing great !.

By freeman
(404 views)

Sarah, Plain and Tall

Sarah, Plain and Tall

Sarah, Plain and Tall. Author: Patricia MacLachlan Illustrator: Meg Kelleher Aubrey. Calahan Elementary Ms. Sheida – 4 th Grade. Antonym Match. dark small right day up little cold happy slow start. wrong night light stop big sad fast down big hot.

By kenda
(439 views)

THIS

THIS

THIS. IS. JEOPARDY. Your. With. Host. Mr. LaMonica!. Words ending in ion. Final y words + suffixes. Base Words. Random. Suffixes. Adverbs. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400.

By keita
(105 views)

Word Ladders Third Grade

Word Ladders Third Grade

Word Ladders Third Grade. Misspell-Mispronounce Unit 3 Week 2 Created by Mrs. Yahner. On the bottom rung of your ladder spell…. mispell. Keep the prefix mis - and add a baseword to make a word that means to take you in the wrong direction. mis spell. You should have spelled….

By zoey
(162 views)

Common Prefixes

Common Prefixes

Common Prefixes. By Jorge Meza . Vocabulary. Root word (base word) – a word with no prefixes or suffixes . Affixes - group of letters in front of a word or at the end of a word used to change the meaning of that word. Prefix –

By haamid
(177 views)

Family Times

Family Times

Family Times. Daily Questions. Prior Knowledge. Language Skills. Plot and Character. Vocabulary. Suffixes. Predictions. Guided Comprehension. Cause and Effect. Point of View. Independent Reader. Punctuation Takes a Vacation. Additional Resources. Study Skills:.

By mabyn
(97 views)

Family Times

Family Times

Family Times. Daily Questions. Prior Knowledge. Compare and Contrast. Vocabulary. Suffixes. Preview and Predict. Guided Comprehension. Drawing Conclusions. Author's Craft. Independent Readers. Jimmy Jet and His TV Set. Additional Resources. Language Skills. Study Skills Genre: Myth

By ehren
(112 views)

Comparative Endings

Comparative Endings

Comparative Endings. Comparative Endings. What are comparative endings? They are endings for words when you compare two or more things – er est bigger biggest. Add er to a word when you are comparing two things. The cat is smaller than the dog.

By livana
(233 views)

Inflected –ed and –ing Dropping and Doubling Rule

Inflected –ed and –ing Dropping and Doubling Rule

Inflected –ed and –ing Dropping and Doubling Rule. What do you know about reading these words?. rain ed rain ing -both of these have a base word and an ending - ed means it happened in the past - ing means it is happening now. The Doubling Rule. shop (base word)

By graham
(230 views)

Unit 5, Week 2 Pushing Up the Sky

Unit 5, Week 2 Pushing Up the Sky

Unit 5, Week 2 Pushing Up the Sky . Comprehension. Grammar. Vocabulary. Word Work. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. royal. A. quail B. rulers C. royal. Dad and I love to swing at the park.

By cleary
(95 views)

2010 English Standards of Learning Rigor: Word Knowledge & Nonfiction

2010 English Standards of Learning Rigor: Word Knowledge & Nonfiction

2010 English Standards of Learning Rigor: Word Knowledge & Nonfiction . Writing Update. Anchor Sets with Annotations Instruction Anchor Set Writing Tool Interface may default to delete mode Students and proctors need to know how to fix this using insert key.

By adsila
(110 views)

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